But mostly the top 2 things on the list. I also got food poisoning last week from chicken I cooked…my fiance was feeling it too. It was a full weekend of feeling horrible, but that has passed and even That Foodie Girl gets good poisoning and doesn’t even want to think about food.
Here are a few images I will leave you with for the weekend:
A delicious pre-yoga snack. Cold, ripe blueberries.
One of the most delicious combinations of flavor and texture: quinoa cooked in cream of mushroom soup with diced bell pepper and zucchini. Topped with a fried egg and cracked pepper. This. was. incredible.
Veggies all around. Dallas people– this is at the Lover’s Lane location. You can choose as many fresh vegetables as you want and they’ll stir fry it or toss it into a pasta of your choice. I got the stir fry and it was very tasty.
And finally, my sweet baby cousin Pierce. He was looking at himself on my phone.
Good morning foodies! How are you? It’s almost 9:30am and I’m finally getting into a working-from-home routine.
It’s nice to work from home for many reasons, but one of the downsides is being so close to the kitchen…I have found myself “hungry” more than the usual amount. But! I get to eat healthy meals that I make for myself and just eat when I’m hungry. I was reading an article in Women’s Health last night about how many people eat at their set meal times when they’re not even hungry. It’s much better to eat when your stomach is asking for it, and this includes snacks.
Last night at 9pm my stomach was finally ready for dinner…errr…breakfast. So breakfast for dinner it was! This was so easy to throw together and so filling and nutritious. This is the best looking omelet I’ve ever made so I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to photograph it. Sprinkled on top is Daiya vegan cheese, inside is bell pepper and zucchini, 2 eggs.
Sides were slightly toasted Seeduction bread (from Whole Foods) with a bit of Earth Balance spread, sautéed leftover zucchini and bell pepper that didn’t make it into the omelet and blueberries for my sweet tooth.
Do you like to eat breakfast for dinner? Waffles? Pancakes? Eggs? I think eggs are great for any meal…
First off, I need to give credit to my Dad for coming up with the title of this blog post and his abilities to play with words. No, but really, the title sums up my feelings.
I went in on a Saturday morning, never having been in before but having heard about it. I figured that since it was a chain and because it was incredibly bustling on a Saturday morning, it had to be at least alright.
Can I get some eggs with that hollandaise sauce? I hate to be harsh here, but I actually gag thinking about this dish (veggie benedict). My eggs were drowning and the eggs themselves were extremely runny, they could hardly be considered poached. Underneath the caloric cream sauce was spinach, mushrooms, tomatoes and missing broccoli. I never got my broccoli. The potatoes were ok.
After my horrible breakfast that upset me for the rest of the day (because I am a food diva), the waiter took about 20 minutes to grab our credit card from us, then another 15-20 to bring it back. Oh, and he brought us someone else’s credit card. It was a mess.
Needless to say, I won’t waste my Saturday brunch here ever again. Anyone else have a similar experience?